A letter from our founder, Jess Ladd
I hope you and your loved ones are well in this challenging and unprecedented time.
I wanted to share some exciting news about a new chapter for Callisto. This winter, I decided it was time to step aside as CEO and make way for new leadership. We now have an opportunity to search for and select a new CEO for this amazing organization.
I deeply love this team and our mission, and believe with all my heart that we are building the smartest solution to one of the most important problems in the world at the exact right time. …
Callisto is hiring, and we’re calling on our friends to help us out. Spread the word by forwarding this message to your networks.
Our vision is a world where sexual assault is rare and survivors are supported. Our mission is to create technology that combats sexual assault, supports survivors, and advances justice. And we can’t do it alone.
Help bring this vision to the world. See our open positions:
Don’t see your dream job but love what we do? Tell us about yourself through our Dream Job form.
We are stronger. Together.
The Callisto Survivor’s Guide was written by fellow survivors to remind you that you are surrounded by a community of caring individuals, and that there are many resources available to help you on your journey. “Navigating Professional Sexual Coercion,” is an excerpt from the guide.
If you have experienced sexual coercion in a professional setting, you may feel overwhelmed. Many people do not share or report these incidents because they have no idea where to begin. Please know that your experience is valid and that there are resources to help you move forward in navigating professional sexual coercion.
75% of employee sexual harassment claims include retaliation claims. Men are 27% less likely to report than women. (Source…